registrars behaving badly
- To: principles-comments@xxxxxxxxx
- Subject: registrars behaving badly
- From: Sherrysherry2@xxxxxxx
- Date: Thu, 10 May 2007 11:16:16 EDT
involves: bestregister.com and enom.com and
scam artists located in China from what I can tell.
Domain name in question: _www.sherrysherry.COM_
I have owned my domain name for 7 years, then 33 minutes
after expiration (with no renewal notice from
registrar - bestregister.com), enom.com and name-services.com,
took my registration and now wants me to BEGIN THE BIDDING
price at $200 per year for my own domain name!
No grace period, no renewal notice, nothing from bestregister.
In the past, I have tried to transfer my sherrysherry.com
registration from bestregister to godaddy.com but was
unsuccessful, and I am extremely hesitant to pay via bestregister.com
again as several years ago I used them to register another domain that
they claimed was available, they took my payment, then said the
domain wasn't available, and never refunded my money. their website
hasn't been updated in 4 years, but they still are taking online payments,
now the payment page says "no refunds, no cancellations for any reason".
So I could/would be throwing my money down that same drain.
So how can I legally reclaim my name from these domain hijackers?
Sure 33 minutes violates the 30 day grace period? This happened 2 days
ago on May 8th.
Please help me.
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